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  • Come together for a sacred space to unwind and unpack this election cycle on Nov. 7 at 8. p.m. Eastern.
  • "Hateful rhetoric by those who aspire to lead is contributing to the divisions in our country. Hate breeds violence, and violence creates...
  • Rev. Robin Tanner, lead minister of Piedmont UU Church in Charlotte and Salisbury, NC, reflects on the power of multifaith collaboration...
  • This election season, we encourage you to vote your values. Check out seven questions based on Unitarian Universalist seven Principles to...
  • Through a series of personal essays, the Rev. Nathan Walker offers readers a creative way to develop empathetic responses in personal or...
  • In the new Beacon Press book, The Third Reconstruction: Moral Mondays, Fusion Politics, and the Rise of a New Justice Movement , Rev. Dr...
  • On July 13, thousands of people including hundreds of Unitarian Universalists wearing Standing on the Side of Love t-shirts marched in...
  • One of the fundamental principles of the Unitarian Universalist Association (UUA) is the use of the democratic process. As an expression of our faith, many Unitarian Universalist (UU) congregations engage in voter registration, election reform, and protecting voting rights and democracy., ...
  • Much is at stake in upcoming elections. Regressive policies and corporate control oppress people on the margins and disenfranchise the...
  • The 2012 elections are coming up. Your congregation can help with voter registration and education about issues. Video Contest Imagine, in...
  • The Unitarian Universalist Association (UUA) is proud to be a part of the national interfaith coalition, Faithful Democracy. Founded in part by the UUA in 2004 to increase civic participation, Faithful Democracy has a strong web presence, valuable resources, and a commitment to turning out the...
  • Unitarian Universalist Association Resources Unitarian Universalists and Elections Why Registering People to Vote is an Act of Faith...
  • Voting Rights for Communities of Color 2007 Responsive Resolution (excerpted) We urge Unitarian Universalists to seek insight into problems...
  • Registering People to Vote Matters It takes deep faith and a lot of hard work to keep a democracy vibrant. Our Unitarian Universalist (UU)...
  • 2004 Voter Activities at the UU Congregation of Atlanta Fourth graders at the Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Atlanta (UUCA) learned...
  • DC Voting Rights Act On Thursday, April 19, 2007, the DC Voting Rights Act (H.R. 1905) passed the House of Representatives 241-177. This is...
  • Unitarian Universalist Association Letter to Congress Supporting the DC Fair and Equal House Voting Rights Act (H.R. 5388) Bring Democracy...
  • May 9th, 2006 By Marian Patten, River Road Unitarian Church The people who inhabit the nation's capital, Washington, DC, are the only...
  • Supporting the DC Fair and Equal House Voting Rights Act (H.R. 5388) July 20, 2006 Dear Representative, On behalf of the more than 1,000...

Blue Boat: Youth and Young Adult Blog

  • By Annie Gonzalez Milliken
    Fiercely UU is a blog series where Unitarian Universalist (UU) young adults tell stories about what our faith requires of us and how they...
  • By Annie Gonzalez Milliken
    Fiercely UU is a blog series where Unitarian Universalist (UU) young adults tell stories about what our faith requires of us and how they...
  • By Elizabeth Nguyen
    Bends the Arc Toward Justice... by Rev. Allison Palm When my husband and I moved to New Hampshire this past summer, we deliberately didn't...

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  • Issue 1, if passed, will dismantle much of the mass incarceration system in Ohio by reducing felony drug possession convictions to misdemeanors retroactively. This aligns with our UU commitments to resist white supremacy, embody solidarity with those harmed by the prison system and prioritize...
  • Amendment 4, if passed, will have a huge impact byin enfranchising over 1.4 million people with past felony convictions. This will dismantle Jim-Crow era laws which disproportionately target people of color. Amendment 4 aligns with our UU values of dignity and democratic process by allowing...

Love Resists: A Justice Campaign Sponsored by the UUSC and the UUA

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  • By Susan Frederick-Gray
    An anger that burns without consuming can be the fire and the energy for action, for organizing, for creating justice.
    Image credit: Protesters, including UUA President Susan Frederick-Gray, demonstrate in the Hart Senate Office Building on Sept. 27, 2018
  • By Elaine McArdle
    As elections approach, Unitarian Universalists work to register voters, promote criminal justice reform, and re-enfranchise 1.5 million people in Florida.
    Image credit: Spouses Linda Wright (left) and the Rev. Robin Gray volunteer at the UU Tallahassee Second Chances Phone Banking event September 22, 2018, in Florida.
  • By Michael Hart
    Congregations have opportunities to register voters in their communities to help people participate in the democratic process.
    Image credit: © 2015 Tim Evanson (CC BY-SA 2.0)
  • By William J. Barber II
    ‘In North Carolina, we’re showing once again that when people of different faiths and colors come together and demand change from a moral perspective, it touches the conscience of a nation.’
    Image credit: AP Photo/The News & Observer, Chuck Liddy
  • By Elaine McArdle
    Hundreds of Unitarian Universalists join North Carolina march challenging restrictive voting laws.
    Image credit: © Nancy Pierce
  • By Amy K. Nelson
    After fifty years, the families and friends of three civil rights martyrs return to Selma, still weighing the price they had to pay.
    Image credit: © Amy K. Nelson
  • By Mark Morrison-Reed
    In the past, our religious forebears had stood on the brink of making a difference in racial justice, and had wavered. Not this time.
    Image credit: © 1965 AP Photo